$39.00 per user
Pros: Easy data entry and plenty of customization options for invoicing.
Cons: No iPhone or Android App.
Bottomline: Legal companion that gives you billing support, legal spending tools, and client relationship management.
New York City, NY
Number of Employees
1 (866) 448-5871
230 Park Ave, Suite 7, New York City, NY, 10169
News & Activity:
News and Activity
November 15, 2018
October 19, 2018
What is PCLaw?
How much does PCLaw cost?
PCLaw has one standard plan, which is $39.00 per user per month.
Is there a PCLaw free trial?
Yes, PCLaw offers 30-day free trials.
How do I install PCLaw?
Go to PCLaw's support page to learn how to install PCLaw.
What is PCLaw used for?
PCLaw is a legal practice management service that offers billing support, legal spending tools, and client relationship management (CRM), among other features.
Reviewed: Mar 12, 2019
PCLaw is a good fit for firms looking for powerful billing and accounting practice management software. It’s also great for generating detailed reports on your business. Although PCLaw has some case management features, it’s probably not a good fit if you’re looking for full accounting and in-depth case management capabilities in one software solution.
Reviewed: Mar 08, 2018
PCLaw is the best accounting app for lawyers money can buy, but lacks firm and case management. With that said it links with all other top legal apps.
Reviewed: Jul 24, 2013
PCLaw is slow as molasses and their support will tell you to run a network analyzer that never (in my career of doing this) hits the baseline they say it requires in order for things to run nicely. For the most part the software works, but at least one firm I work with has a database on the larger size (yet they're a boutique firm) and PCLaw support's reaction was ""Wow that's a large database. Yeah this could take a while."" A while ended up being like 14 hours to do some data verification. It's not client-server based, but in order to run reports smoothly, they recommend running those reports from a server-installed copy of PCLaw. This requires that we either grant user login access to the firm's fileserver so that the accountants can run reports, or move the PCLaw network installation to a different server where we can grant the user's access without fear of them nuking the box. Turning on syncing with Outlook (especially calendar syncing) can ruin en entire day as you wait for things to succeed or fail (most likely fail). In my experience the Outlook sync tool that PCLaw uses will happily crash whenever it wants.And that's only my PCLaw rant, I haven't even started on Amicus.
Reviewed: Mar 05, 2016
We have been using PClaw for 14 years now with 51 time keeps. Recently we started experiencing constant problems with the software. Tons of data corruption...etc..etc.. we were down for 8 days at one time and fought constantly with PClaw support for them to resolve the issue.